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Savannah Revolution…Zimbabweans beware!

Willie Spies of AfriForum (South Africa). Anthony Reeler, a former British agent, is not new to...

Chemical and biological warfare in Rhodesia

JUNE 8 1977 was yet another ‘normal’ day for the ZANLA recruits receiving training at Chimoio Training Camp in Mozambique.

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Analysis

Locating the unity compass

MANY good things are happening in this country. Things that would leave those opposed to Zimbabwe’s progress green with...

Let’s guard against forces of disunity

AS Zimbabwe joins the rest of Africa in celebrating the 56th anniversary of the formation of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU),...

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Columns

Cattle ranching in the early years: Part Two…indigenes denied credit

BIT is important to observe that due to their excellent breeding qualities, hardiness, as well as low cost maintenance, indigenous cattle breeds,...

Is pan-Africanism dead?

“WE the African people are our own liberators and thinkers whose task is to make a mighty stride towards genuine freedom by...

Opinion

Open letter to African leaders

EDITOR—MAY 25 is Africa Day: What about yesterday, today and tomorrow? You have met for years and years, but...

How efficient is our police force?

By Saul Gwakuba-Ndlovu  ARMED robbery incidents seem to be increasing in Zimbabwe since about the beginning of 2019, a...

Feature

Genocide in Zambia…as Rhodies target schoolchildren

RHODESIANS killed thousands of freedom fighters and civilians during our struggle for liberation. Rhodesians knew no ethics and would...

What if we all support the film industry!

By Farayi Mungoshi THERE is an exercise we used to do back in college in script writing class. 

Business

Farming

Cattle ranching in the early years: Part One

IN Zimbabwe, from antiquity, cattle, along with gold and ivory, were the country’s oldest cash products and the most important sectors of...

Mashona cattle breed…Zim’s dynastic Sanga breed

AS a young boy, I was fascinated by Chindundundu, a notorious Mashona bull on my grandfather’s farm in Darwendale, Zvimba.  

Arts

Africa’s third liberation overdue

Africa’s Third Liberation: The New Search for Prosperity and Jobs By Greg Mills and...

Downloads

Chatham House Report: Zimbabwe’s International Re-engagement The Long Haul...

By: Knox Chitiyo and Steve Kibble Download full document here

ZANU PF Election Manifesto

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Constitution Of Zimbabwe

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